Energy supply the key to Boston’s future priorities

March 9, 2017

Providing enough energy to Boston and preparing for storm activity are key priorities for local energy suppliers, according to a submission to a meeting of New England governors. The 40th Conference of the New England Governors convened at […]

New trial ordered in case of slain Boston detective

March 9, 2017

Boston’s highest court ruled that a Dorchester man charged over the murder of Boston Detective John J. Mulligan was unfairly tried. This affirms a lower court judge’s ruling that corrupt officers were involved in the original case. According to […]

Boston judge grants police body camera authority

March 9, 2017

Superior Court Judge Wilkins ruled that the Police Commissioner has the authority to order officers to wear body cameras, which overrules a requested injunction from a police union. In his ruling, Judge Wilkins highlighted a state law […]

Police investigate early morning shooting in Boston

March 8, 2017

Boston Police are investigating an early-morning shooting which has left a woman in her twenties injured. Officers responded to the incident which was just off Harrison Street around 1 a.m. A man in his twenties, who was […]

Five injured in car crash near Stoughton

March 8, 2017

State police have reported that two people were thrown from a vehicle, while three more were injured after an incident in near Stoughton, Massachusetts. A preliminary investigation suggests that a Brockton woman was driving when she lost control of […]

Taunton boat crash leaves one dead, two injured

March 8, 2017

The Bristol County District Attorney’s office has reported that a New Hampshire man died after a boat crash while taking part in a contest at Watson Pond in Taunton. According to the report, there were injuries to two […]

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